r. s. switch-drop switch addition \n extra subtlety for r. s. switch using drop switch \n jerry k. hartman \n r. s. switch \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
spread key glimpse \n doing the r. s. key glimpse during a spread for a selection \n jerry k. hartman \n r. s. key glimpse \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Spread Key Glimpse
Doing the R. S. Key Glimpse during a spread for a selection
rollover \n production of single card, card rolled face up between two other packets \n jerry k. hartman \n pivot principle - pivot revelation method #1 \n bruce cervon \n karl fulves
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Rollover
Production of single card, card rolled face up between two other packets
rotary force \n variations on the business card prophecy move
1. "spread" version
2. "squared" version \n jerry k. hartman \n locational guidance \n father cyprian \n thoughtamatic \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
thoughtamatic \n simple routine using rotary force, predict which two cards a prediction card will be stabbed between \n jerry k. hartman \n rotary force \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Thoughtamatic
Simple routine using Rotary Force, predict which two cards a prediction card will be stabbed between
trick pix \n quick 3 way with color changing deck, extension of peter kane's trick \n jerry k. hartman \n the slightly annoyed card \n peter kane
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Trick Pix
Quick 3 Way with color changing deck, extension of Peter Kane's trick
wild forces \n packet of four cards shown to be four kings of hearts, then four kings of spades, then four jokers, "quick 4 way" \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Wild Forces
Packet of four cards shown to be four Kings of Hearts, then four Kings of Spades, then four Jokers, "Quick 4 way"
wile card \n four jokers change to ten, jack, queen, king of spades to form a royal flush with a tabled ace of spades \n jerry k. hartman \n father cyprian's wild card \n father cyprian
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Wile Card
Four Jokers change to Ten, Jack, Queen, King of Spades to form a Royal Flush with a tabled Ace of Spades
easy reader \n magician cuts to four aces one by one, then show that aces have odd colored backs \n jerry k. hartman \n "my friend the gambler" (father cyprian, lecture notes #2)
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Easy Reader
Magician cuts to four Aces one by one, then show that Aces have odd colored backs
Inspired by
"My Friend The Gambler" (Father Cyprian, Lecture Notes #2)
rused card dealer \n - you always deal yourself the winning hand, as the spectator gets progressively better hands
- bottom deal demonstration \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Rused Card Dealer
You always deal yourself the winning hand, as the spectator gets progressively better hands
ghost right \n blank card stabbed into deck between two cards, the names of the two cards appear written on the blank face \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Ghost Right
Blank card stabbed into deck between two cards, the names of the two cards appear written on the blank face
compulsive thinker iii \n spectator selects only black card amongst red spot cards \n jerry k. hartman \n compulsive thinker \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Compulsive Thinker III
Spectator selects only black card amongst red spot cards
thirtween ii \n two prediction cards placed into the deck, total value of the two cards equal to number of cards between them, the cards between them shown to be ace to king of hearts \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Thirtween II
Two prediction cards placed into the deck, total value of the two cards equal to number of cards between them, the cards between them shown to be Ace to King of Hearts
more order \n spectator places two random cards at random positions into a stack of eleven cards, shown to be thirteen cards in order of a suit \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
More Order
Spectator places two random cards at random positions into a stack of eleven cards, shown to be thirteen cards in order of a suit
mod quad \n card selected is stabbed into deck, prediction shown to be mate, and then card is shown to be stabbed between the other two mates (describes two methods) \n jerry k. hartman \n stabbed coincidence \n larry jennings
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Mod Quad
Card selected is stabbed into deck, prediction shown to be mate, and then card is shown to be stabbed between the other two mates (describes two methods)
betricks and between \n card placed between two jokers turns blank, card placed aside previously is now the card \n jerry k. hartman \n between your palms \n alex elmsley
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Betricks and Between
Card placed between two Jokers turns blank, card placed aside previously is now the card
quick counts \n quick count i: magician divines card at a certain position in deck
quick count ii: spectator stops the dealing on previously named card \n jerry k. hartman
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Quick Counts
Quick Count I: Magician divines card at a certain position in deck
Quick Count II: Spectator stops the dealing on previously named card
two time doozer \n joker transforms into two selections successively \n jerry k. hartman \n a strange double revelation \n harvey rosenthal
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
flatfoot, floozie and the boy-boy \n hotel mystery \n jerry k. hartman \n "a night on the town" (ken beale & persi diaconis, xerox underground) \n the motel mystery \n edward marlo
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
Flatfoot, Floozie and the Boy-Boy
Hotel Mystery
Inspired by
"A Night On The Town" (Ken Beale & Persi Diaconis, Xerox Underground)
bold over \n four jokers, two change backs, two become blank \n jerry k. hartman \n a four-tunate choice \n brother john hamman \n trigger \n roy walton
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
fixit mixer \n oil and water \n jerry k. hartman \n oil slick & water wonderful \n alex elmsley \n edward marlo \n jon racherbaumer
1978
Jerry K. Hartman
every which way \n mini packet triumph (nine cards), three methods \n paul swinford \n william zavis \n mike rogers
1978
Paul Swinford, William Zavis, Mike Rogers